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Hammer Time – Getting to It

Hammer 🔨 time. So proud every time. The Giving Circle sends out help to a family who really need it. Dad was disabled by a stoke and the garage wasn’t ready for winter. So many compassionate people showed up to help. Margaret Mead tells us, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens […]

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Need a new sponsor: Gift Kabukaire

Gift recently lost her sponsor and we are looking for someone to welcome her into your family so she can continue her schooling. Gift leaves with her grandparent who are struggling so hard to reach her the basics of life. She is a source of comfort to the lonely aging grand.  She loves helping in […]

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IT’S HAMMER TIME

“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.” … Desmond Tutu ITS HAMMER TIME, remember next weekend 5th – 6th is a local project work weekend. Lets help this family in need! Our work weekends are GREAT. Each is a fun time […]

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Party With A Purpose!

Greetings one and all! We are looking forward to our annual fall gathering to share updates on the Midwife Project, enjoy a meal together, meet new people, and to be reminded of the true impact your support has made to so many. “Listening causes connections and connections create empathy and empathy allows for change that […]

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Eva’s Shoes

Our young Ugandan daughter is building a career as a aesthetician and stylist. She’s a stunning young woman who is an excellent model of her skills. Besides all that, she’s building a side business with some very pretty shoes. Pictures are below. Don’t you love them??!! Eva says, “Call me on 0703807492 for any you […]

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Big News of Our Busoga School

In June, 1993 we first decided to make Busoga Junior School a TGC school. It had been founded by Moses and Cecilia. Still, with no support, it had become one of the poorest schools. When we first made the decision to step in, the school had only 25 students still enrolled. The first 3 pictures […]

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